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RPSO: Burglary suspect arrested

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB News Channel 5) Burglary investigation by the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office leads to arrest of Deville man.

According the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office, on November 16, 2013 at approximately 12:50 p.m., Deputies from the Deville Sub-station responded to LA Highway 115 Deville, La., in reference to an attempted burglary in progress.

RPSO said deputies were informed that an unknown male subject was attempting to enter the rear of a residence on Hwy 115 by force. The property owner confronted the unknown male who then sped away in a green Ford Explorer. A search of the area was conducted by responding deputies, but the suspect vehicle was unable to be located. The detective assigned to the Deville Sub-station responded to the scene to began his investigation. According to RPSO, through the detective's investigation, information was developed on the suspect who was later identified as Huey Matthew Ryder, 32 of Deville.

According to RPSO, on November 27, Detectives arrested Ryder without incident, and he was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Ryder was charged with one count of criminal trespassing, one count of criminal damage to property and one count of attempted burglary. RPSO said Ryder was later released on a $2250.00 bond.

"Daytime burglaries continue to be one of our most prevalent crimes. We encourage the public to call us if they see something unusual in their communities," said Sheriff William Earl Hilton. "Get a good description of the person or the vehicle. This type of information goes a long way in solving this type of crime."

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